Huawei P70 series launch reportedly delayed

Huawei P70 series launch reportedly delayed

Huawei’s premium P70 series smartphones, which were supposed to be released in March, are delayed. According to a Digital Chat Station insider, the launch date has been postponed, although the exact reasons remain undisclosed.

However, local Chinese media speculate that the delay is related to broader product release strategies within Huawei, rather than supply chain constraints.

The new expected launch date for the Huawei P70 series is April. Despite this change in the schedule, rumors about the smartphones’ specifications are likely to remain unchanged.

The Huawei P70 series is expected to include at least three models: a standard version, a Pro version, and an Art version. These devices are expected to be equipped with an updated Kirin 9xxx chipset, which potentially offers a performance boost over the Kirin 9000S used in the Mate60 series.

As for the displays, users will be able to choose between 6.58-inch or 6.8-inch 2.5-inch panels with 1.5K LTPO resolution and a refined “four-micro curve design with equal depth”.

The highlight of the series is said to be the camera system. According to reports, the P70 series will be equipped with an OV50H or IMX989 sensor for the main camera with a physical variable aperture. An ultra-wide-angle lens with a resolution of 50 megapixels and a telephoto lens with a 4x periscope zoom of 50 megapixels can also be installed.

Recently, images of the Huawei P70’s body have also surfaced, showing a somewhat symmetrical triangle design for the camera module. The leaks also hint at the possibility of the P70 series debuting with satellite communication technology.

As mentioned earlier, the launch date of the P70 series at the end of March is still uncertain. Details about the price are not yet known, but Huawei P60 Art was released last year at a starting price of 8,988 yuan (approximately 1,340 USD), which can serve as a guide.


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